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A dog and cat have been found shot in North Charleston within the past week. On May 12th a cat shot with pellets was found on the 7400 block of Tedder Street. Just five days earlier, a puppy was found with a gunshot wound to his paw on the 5200 block of Rivers Avenue.
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Charleston Animal Society’s Lifesaving Car Raffle runs now through June 19th. Your chance to win a 2022 Lexus RX 350L is here! This $60,000 luxury SUV is being raffled off by Charleston Animal Society to help raise money for homeless, injured and abused animals around the Palmetto State.
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As shelters across the country face overcrowding, BISSELL Pet Foundation is aiming to “Empty the Shelters” by sponsoring reduced adoption fees from May 2-8. This event will be hosted in more than 275 shelters in 40 states, including Charleston Animal Society.
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Charleston Animal Society and the Charleston County Sheriff's Office is leading the rescue. Dozens of dogs were being kept outside and inside a residence that was set up as a dog rescue operation. According to the Sheriff's Department, the homeowner had been hospitalized and was unable to care for the dogs.
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Due to COVID-19 National Health Emergency, only a limited number of people are allowed in the shelter at any given time.